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Open Access Journal: Al-ʿUsur al-Wusta: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists

Al-ʿUsur al-Wusta: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists
ISSN: 1068-1051
Middle East Medievalists (MEM) is an international professional non-profit association of scholars interested in the study of the medieval Middle East, expansively defined to include all geographies with prominent Muslim political, religious, or social presences, at some point between the rough parameters of 500-1500 CE. 
MEM has two primary goals. The first is to increase the representation of medieval scholarship at scholarly meetings in North America and elsewhere by co-sponsoring panels. The other principal objective of MEM is to foster communication among individuals and organizations with an interest in the study of the medieval Middle East. MEM also hopes, in the future, to advance the study of the medieval Middle East by undertaking such projects as scholar exchanges, conferences, etc.
As part of its effort to promote scholarship and facilitate communication among its members, MEM publishes Al-ʿUsur al-Wusta: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists.
MEM officially came into existence on 15 November 1989 at its first annual meeting, held in Toronto. MEM conducts its business meeting annually in the autumn, normally in conjunction with the meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), which is usually held in November. The general business meeting is open to all current members of MEM and to those considering membership. The Board of Directors of MEM is elected annually at the general business meeting. MEM is incorporated in the state of Illinois; contributions to MEM are considered exempt from federal income tax by the United States Internal Revenue Service.
Volume 27 (2019) – Current issue

Speros Vryonis, Jr. (1928-2019)
Gary Leiser
Kenneth Holum (1939-2017)
Gideon Avni, Elizabeth Conner, Alan Walmsley
Michael Bonner (1952-2019)
Steven Judd, Alison Vacca, Robert Haugh, Noah Gardiner, Antoine Borrut
Volume 26 (2018)

Volume 25 (2017)
Volume 24 (2016)

Volume 23 (2015)

al-Wusta as The Bulletin of Middle East Medievalists. Full run of the bulletin now available online!

Volume 22 (2014 [2010])
Volume 21 (2012 [2009])
Volume 20.2 (October 2008)
Volume 20.1 (April 2008)
Volume 19.2 (October 2007)
Volume 19.1 (April 2007)
Volume 18.2 (October 2006)
Volume 18.1 (April 2006)
Volume 17.2 (October 2005)
Volume 17.1 (April 2005)
Volume 16.2 (October 2004)
Volume 16.1 (April 2004)
Volume 15.2 (October 2003)
Volume 15.1 (April 2003)
Volume 14.2 (October 2002)
Volume 14.1 (April 2002)
Volume 13.2 (October 2001)
Volume 13.1 (April 2001)
Volume 12.2 (October 2000)
Volume 12.1 (April 2000)
Volume 11.2 (October 1999)
Volume 11.1 (April 1999)
Volume 10.2 (October 1998)
Volume 10.1 (April 1998)
Volume 9.2 (October 1997)
Volume 9.1 (April 1997)
Volume 8.2 (October 1996)
Volume 8.1 (April 1996)
Volume 7.2 (October 1995)
Volume 7.1 (April 1995)
Volume 6.2 (October 1994)
Volume 6.1 (April 1994)
Volume 5.2 (October 1993)
Volume 5.1 (April 1993)
Volume 4.2 (October 1992)
Volume 4.1 (April 1992)
Volume 3.1 (October 1991)
Volume 2.2 (April 1991)
Volume 2.1 (October 1990)
Volume 1.2 (April 1990)
Volume 1.1 (Fall 1989)

See AWOL's full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

And see AMIR's Alphabetical List of Open Access Journals in Middle Eastern Studies

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